Tracking the covert history of CIA drug smuggling from Nicaragua to Arkansas and South Central Los Angeles, GNN sheds light on the darkest secret of the Agency's operational directorate. Cut to the ambient Hip Hop loops of DJ Trek-e, Crack The CIA features explosive footage of Mike Ruppert's historical televised confrontation with CIA Director John Deutch.
July 12, 2007 Subject:
Hard to Believe
It's amazing that at the same time the U.S. President was inventing and waging war on drugs, he was also approving the C.I.A. to make money using drugs. National Security Archives has quite a bit of recently unclassified documents proving Regean knew and approved it. That is how they got around budget and congressional restrictions.
This would be about another piece of past history, but Pres. Bush II has decieded to pardon and rehire many of those involved and convicted for these crimes (total of 20). Some in today's Congress don't remember, weren't around then and still haven't made that connection. Ever wonder why military intelligence mimics tactics that were well-known and widely used under the Contras?
This short film documents that period in time of hypocrasy and corruption at the highest levels of government - along with the short memory of the public and press since.
June 21, 2004 Subject:
Crack the CIA
This is great little short documentary. I'm glad to see it shared with others at Archive.org.
Future presidential candidate, Senator John Kerry is featured in this video program, speaking out at the 1987 Iran Contra Hearings. It's a quick little soundbite that can be seen at 2:57 of the program.
I believe this program is posted twice at archive, and can also be seen as "Crack the C.I.A."